Excellent, nicely done!
Type: Posts; User: Zythryn
Excellent, nicely done!
What you do isn't normal either.
Frankly, I thank god for the "not normal" people. As "normal" people don't build businesses, become early adopters, invent and discover, teach, etc..
"That?? It'll buff right out".
Seriously though, always sad to see something like that.
Very valid point currently. If you want to be traveling through ND, this year, and don't have another car, a Tesla is probably not the best fit.
That said, I know a Tesla owner that lives in ND. ...
And the Ford CMax Enrgi, i3, PiP, and Model S are also each in a class of one.
This early in the EV market that phrase is rather pointless as every manufacturer is looking for that magic recipe....
Personal like or dislike of a car is completely subjective. I agree.
However, when someone spouts opinions as facts, those should be corrected else others also draw incorrect conclusions.
I can do that at my kitchen table.
the question is, how well can they scale it up to produce enough H2 to run a car (3-5kg/day).
For this driver, the question then becomes which is more...
Don, go look at a Model S, ask how long they have had it (or how long since the battery pack was replaced), look at the odometer and do the calculations yourself.
No one is saying there is NO...
I don't think you can conclude your first statement until you have some facts to back that up.
Li batteries degrade over time and charge cycles.
All cars that use Li batteries do not have similar...
I dont think that is what they are doing. This was a demonstration of the battery tech, not the body.
The Bolt will be out first, the 2nd gen Leaf early in 2017 (my guesses) and then the Model 3 in...
I am happy to see this. Done well, OTA updates are incredibly nice.
Done poorly, they could be a big negative.
I suspect GM is well aware of that and will make sure to do it right.
+1000 to you entire post. Very well said!
I'm sticking with my guess of 2018. You could be right with 2019, however I wouldn't bet on it.
As for price, average transaction price is very tough to guess, and since Tesla has given no guidance...
If you think there are 378 Million Americans that can afford a Volt/Bolt I have a bridge to sell you.
Of course, my guess has been, and is, 2018.
With a project as big as a new car model, at a magnitude higher production numbers, I'll be surprised if they start in 2017.
To broad a brush.
I'm planning to buy a Model 3 not because it has a Tesla badge, but because I can buy direct. Because Tesla has a history of OTA updates which add functionality. And because the...
That isn't what the OP was referring to. Quite a few utilities have been doing this for years.
The reference to "first in the nation" is not a reference to the utilities, it is a reference to the...
Heating a garage is incredibly wasteful, energy wise.
Most people I know don't heat the garage unless they have a workbench or such where they spend a lot of time.
Your entire position hinges on what you mean by "mass market" car.
is that a quantity of sales? A pricepoint?
as for price targets, the Roadster came in well over original estimates.
It would be shocking if they were not compatible.